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James Madison's house is destroyed - on purpose
From: Charlottesville Podcasting Network
Hopefully airing on WCVE Public Radio on 10/28/04, aired on WVTF Public Radio 10/28/04, airing on Central Appalachian Radio Consortium's "Inside Appalachia" program weekend of 10/30/04
(this is not transcribed completely for reasons of time)
LEXINGTON RED SOX
THE WORLD SERIES VICTORY OF BOSTON RED SOX LAST NIGHT ENDED AN EIGHTY-SIX OLD DROUGHT FOR THE TEAM AND FOR MILLIONS OF THE TEAM’S FANS. A SMALL CONTINGENT OF RED SOX NATION DESCENDED UPON THE SOUTHERN INN IN DOWNTOWN LEXINGTON TO WATCH GAME FOUR, AND
W-V-T-F’S SEAN TUBBS WAS THERE TO WITNESS HISTORY.
NEW ENGLAND HAS WAITED EIGHTY-SIX YEARS FOR A PIECE OF WORLD SERIES GLORY, AND IN THAT TIME, FATHERS AND SONS, MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS HAVE BONDED OVER A TEAM THAT JUST COULD NOT SEEM TO WIN. EIGHTY-FIVE YEAR OLD ARTHUR KAUFMANN GREW UP OUTSIDE BOSTON.
“They won the pennant before I was born, a year before. That was in 1919 I was born. They couldn’t win again, now they gotta win today, they almost get there but they never arrive, this is the year they gotta do it.”
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